Director, Benefits Actuary

Boston, MA

Post Date: 03/27/17 Job ID: 280392-1 Category: Actuarial Science Salary: $200,000-$250,000 + 10%
Title: Director, Benefits Actuary
Salary: $205,000-$245,000 + 10% Bonus
Target Level: FSA
Location: Boston, MA

Globally recognized advisory consulting firm has a critical opening for a Health and Group benefits actuary for their growing national practice. This role is highly visible dealing in all aspects of human resource integration. Work along side other senior level executives tasked with streamlining M&A transactions. The ideal candidate will have done several integration/separation deals as a result of acquisitions or divestitures focusing on the merging of compensation and benefits platforms including health and welfare plans.

H&W actuary requirements:
-Design and implementation of medical, Rx, dental (Talk to vendors, price alternatives, open enrollment)
-Relative (actuarial value) analysis / modeling
-Knowledge of various funding alternatives (fully vs self-Insurance, private exchanges, consortiums, leverage purchasing)
-ACA risk assessment and modeling
-Stop loss modeling
-IBNR reserve review

-8-12 Years HR M&A due diligence and integration industry
-FSA, ASA or equivalent work experience
-Proven history working within the consulting environment
-Prior management experience is highly desirable

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Rory Hauser
Executive Recruiter

After finishing his MBA at the John Welch College of Business, Rory Hauser joined Smith Hanley to recruit in actuarial science. Rory brings his six years of business experience in both recruiting and operations to the professional service he provides his clients and his candidates.
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